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    Based on Tata Manza hybrid, a render of the upcoming Vista facelift with projector headlamps, Aria alloys, DRL fog lams, chirtsmas tailamps replaced with Manza rear tailamps and other finishing touches by me.
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    it does look little smaller in size, at least this is what it resembles from camouflaged version.
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    Maserati's brand new sedan has been unveiled and is called the Ghibli. It slots in below the Quatrroporte and is expected to be the major volume car from Maserati's stabe along with the upcoming SUV. Its an integral part of Maserati's plan to increase sales to 50,000 units however it has its work cut out because its in the same segment as the Merc E class, BMW 5 series, Audi A6 and Jaguar XF. It will have 3 engines including the first Diesel to be put in a Maserati ever The diesel will be a 3.0 litre turbodiesel making 271 bhp There will also be a turbocharged V6 petrol offered in 2 states of tune 330 bhp for the base and 410 bhp for the higher model A V8 is expected to follow\
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    As per todays Economic Times report, the Terrano will be launched this month Source : http://economictimes...ow/20851062.cms
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    Porsche 911 archrival is a Merc!

    Mercedes SLC render by me used for representation. Porsche's 911 has been facing quite a good competion from Audi's R8 and now from newly launched Jaguar F Type, when such European marques are justling to brag the numero uno position of all rounder sports car. Mercedes Benz who has been on a launching spree is now developing a successor to the exotic SLS AMG which would be discontinued soon and be replaced by SLC AMG. The architecture of SLC would be same as SLS with front engine and rear wheel drive layout. Of late Porsche is surely facing some heat and the temperature is bound to rise once Mercedes Benz is ready with SLC.
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    Recognised Contributors

    Yes. The new tag is in recognition of your continued support for the Autocar Forum and the value your posts add to the ever growing knowledge of the members. Keep up the great work guys. More of you will be added to this elite group every now and then. So keep posting and congratulations! PS: We've crossed 100,000 posts. Congratulations to everyone and a big thank you from the Support Team. FRGFuelRunGod2010-01-24 09:23:09